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Casa Youth Shelter installs 2020-2021 executive board

Founded in 1978, Casa Youth Shelter fosters an environment in which youth in crisis have a safe place to stay, meals, basic necessities, and counseling services to promote personal growth and healthy relationships.

Early in the morning on Tuesday, June 16, Casa Youth Shelter held a modified Annual Meeting in which the Board of Directors installed a new Executive Board. The meeting was held with some Board members onsite at the shelter donning masks, and others participating virtually from their homes.

“The future is bright for Casa Youth Shelter,” says Kathryn Partis, Immediate Past President of Casa Youth Shelter’s Board of Directors. “Our President-elect Greg Magnuson is ready to lead us into the next phase for Casa Youth Shelter. We’re excited for what’s to come!”

The new officers are as follows:

Greg Magnuson, President
Superintendent, Buena Park School District (retired)

Tom Bussa, Vice President

Partner, Ernst & Young (retired)

John Arens, Treasurer
Financial Advisor, Edward Jones

Steve Ellis, Secretary
Partner, Rutan & Tucker LLP

Kathryn Partis, Immediate Past President
Community Volunteer

David Basok, Shelter Programs and Volunteers Committee Chair
Product Specialist, Wolters Kluwer

Corrie Burks, Fund Development Committee Chair
Vice President, Senior Relationship Manager, City National Bank

Sandy McElroy, Board Development Committee Chair
Paralegal (retired)

About Casa Youth Shelter

Casa Youth Shelter serves and nurtures youth in crisis with shelter, counseling, and support services, empowering them to come through their crisis with increased confidence, stability, and tools for continued growth. We envision a community where all adolescents in crisis have a safe place to stay, in an environment that promotes personal growth and healthy relationships.

The article above was released by Casa Youth Shelter.